One in three people in Scotland live in homes that do not meet the Living Home Standard
Created in 2016, The Living Home Standard represents what ‘home’ means, and what an acceptable home should provide. It has been defined by the public, for the public. This year, the study has been repeated, measuring the proportion of people living in homes that pass and fail the Living Home Standard in Scotland.
Sexual fantasies: our misperceptions about the sex lives of young people
Young people are having a lot less sex than you think – and men are particularly wrong about the sex lives of young women. People are not honest about their number of sexual partners – and American men think American women have an incredibly high number of partners.
Tate is Leading Venue Among Opinion Leaders
The Tate Gallery is one of the most popular arts venues in London among Captains of Industry and MPs for private functions. Half of all Captains have been to the Tate as guests of corporate sponsors while three in ten MPs have done so during the last twelve months.
Crime Could be Worse than Official Statistics Claim
Official statistics might be underestimating the true level of crime in Britain, according to a recent MORI survey for the Reader's Digest. Almost half (47%) of the British public say they have been victims of crime, yet 44 per cent of these are failing to report the crime to the police.